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Old 12-20-2012, 11:22 PM   #72
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Originally Posted by Act of God View Post
250k is still middle class, it's inane to lump them in with actual rich people. If anyone's been paying attention, we went from $1 million under Clinton to $250k, if you don't think 150k is next you got another thing coming.

p.s - everyone probably needs to pay more and drastic spending cuts are needed. It has already been established that a 100% tax on the rich wouldn't solve our problems.
I agree. Pretty low. There are a lot of joint income owners and perhaps single income earners (doctors, surgeons, VPs, etc.) easily at that threshold. I wouldn't consider that rich. That is high side middle class these days.
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